A group of musicians are taking their skills to disadvantaged pupils across the country to show them how forming a band can benefit them.
Former factory worker knits one, pearls one to create a famous line-up past and present.
Workers at a Bridgend prison are trying to solve the mystery of the cat who gave birth behind bars.
Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board is holding clinics for patients and relatives to discuss issues about care.
The 'concern clinics' will let patients, relatives and carers share their concerns with senior clinicians and health board executives.
Clinics will be held at the Princess of Wales Hospital between 5pm and 7pm on 24th and 27th February and 4th and 5th of March.
Paul Roberts, the health board's chief executive, said: "We want to meet patients, relatives and carers who have serious concerns about care and who feel they have not yet had the answers they need. We will listen and learn from them and we hope some will also agree to work with us to make changes."
Former Cardiff and Swansea footballers Scott Young and Lee Trundle will be at Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg Cwm Garw in Bridgend later to launch a new programme aimed at improving participation in sports and football.
The programme will set aside £600,000 over the next 3 years, providing coaching for children to improve their fundamental movement skills.
The focus will be on ensuring the programme raises enthusiasm for physical activity and increases participation in football and sports in general.
A public meeting is to be held later amid calls for an enquiry into a series of failings at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend.
Peter Walsh from Action Against Medical Accidents is holding the meeting, after attention has been brought to a number of incidents at the hospital.
On Monday ITV News reported on claims of serious neglect at the hospital
Paul Roberts, the Chief Executive of the Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board, will be attending.
South Wales Police have confirmed they are investigating the death of a 58 year old man who died at the Princess of Wales Hospital.
Police say they have been asked on behalf of the coroner to carry out the investigation - which is normal procedure in the case of a sudden death.
Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board says it will investigate after a man died at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend following a wait of four hours in an ambulance.
We are deeply saddened to report the death of a patient in the Emergency Department of the Princess of Wales Hospital on 16th January. We wish to express our sincere condolences to the patient’s family.
The patient was admitted to the department at 11 am, and two hours later became suddenly very unwell. Despite efforts by staff to resuscitate him, he later died.
– Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board
Prior to being admitted to the department, the patient was in an ambulance, attended by paramedics, for over four hours.
The Princess of Wales Hospital Emergency Department was extremely busy at the time, and unfortunately there were delays admitting patients as a result.
The patient was assessed by a doctor while in the ambulance.
The Coroner has been informed of his death, and the Health Board is carrying out an urgent review of the case to ascertain what lessons can be learned, and if this very sad death could have been avoided. It is too early at this stage to comment any further.
The son of a late merchant seaman has helped to develop an interactive experience for people visiting his father's grave in Bridgend.
Charles Davies served in the Arctic Convoys during the second world war - dubbed the 'Suicide Missions' by many taking part - and survived the infamous PQ17 'Convoy to Hell'.
Mr Davies died in 2012 - but now, thanks to his son Joe, anyone with a smartphone or tablet computer can learn more about what he did during the Second World War.
The A4093 is closed in both directions between Llangeinor and Bridgend. That's due to an accident and fallen tree between the A4064 (Llangeinor) and A4061 (Lewistown). Police are directing traffic.
Many of us are thinking of shedding a few pounds at this time of year, but one man has gone a lot further than that.
Just eighteen months ago, Rob Gillett tipped the scales at an incredible 41 stone - but he now weights just twelve.
Since losing the weight, he's run a 10k race and now has a personal trainer. He did it through exercising and following a strict low calorie LighterLife diet.
Nicola Hendy meets him.
He's a quarter of the man he once was. Over the last seventeen months, Rob Gillet from Bridgend has undergone a huge transformation and managed to lose twenty nine stone.
At his heaviest Rob was morbidly obese, and even in danger of dying in his sleep. Today, he weighs just over 12 stone, using a combination of the low calorie LighterLife diet and exercise to shed the pounds.
Staff at Bridgend Dogs Home say they've been inundated with offers of a new home for Sally - the nine-stone pooch. ITV News featured Sally last week as she went on a diet. Today potential owners will bring their own dogs to meet Sally and see if they get on.